Camp Okuti in a Nutshell

With two family units, Camp Okuti is a great family option for game viewing in Moremi. Nevertheless, it caters for all types of safari goers. The camp is located in the Xakanaxa area of Moremi – world famous for first rate, prime game viewing. You certainly can’t go wrong here in this department. This camp was recently refurbished so is modern and exceptionally well appointed. The architecture style is modern and somewhat unusual for a safari camp. This may take some getting used to, but certainly does not detract from the functionality and charm of this lodge.


Fast Facts

  • Lodge with 5 twin units and 2 family units
  • Family units have 2 bedrooms with shared en-suite
  • Accommodation in fixed PVC and reed lined “chalets”
  • Price range of USD500 – USD935 pppn
  • Inside the Moremi game Reserve
  • Game drives in open 4×4 vehciles / boating activities
  • Access by road, light aircraft transfer or boat
  • honeymoon suite available


How to Get There

Most people fly into Camp Okuti using the nearby airstrip. You can fly in from Maun (35 minutes) or Kasane (1 hour). This part of Moremi is also easily accessible by vehicle, meaning you can self drive to this lodge or stay there as part of a mobile safari. To add an adventurous twist to your stay, you can also transfer into (or out of) this lodge from lodge locations further upstream (Kwara, Shinde, Xugana, Camp Okavango)


Game Viewing and Activities

Because of its location in the heart of the Moremi Game Reserve, this camp would never disappoint in this department. The main attraction here is the game drives in the Xakanaxa, 4th Bridge and Dead Tree Island areas. The game viewing is very productive because of the abundance of dry land, floodplains and woodlands, providing a diverse array of habitats. The boating activities are excellent, especially from September to October. Guides take you upstream to the “heronries,” where hundreds of birds nest on floating islands. Generally, birding and game viewing on the river is good all year though. Note that no walking, off road driving or night drives are permitted from this camp.


Camp Environment

The Camp architecture is certainly unique and you won’t find another safari camp anything like this one. Each unit is made of a curved steel frame with a PVC covering for the elements. The interiors are line with reeds, cut by local artisans. Generally, the new look is refreshing and modern. The family units are spacious and having 2 bedrooms is very convenient for families. The whole camp is connected by wooden raised walkways and sits tight against the Xakanxa Lagoon, providing stunning views.


Lodges to combine with Camp Okuti